Muvico Debuts in Thousand Oaks

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Muvico dials up design, food and beverage service in their movie theaters. [Muvico]

Florida-based Muvico Entertainment debuted a 14-screen complex today in Thousand Oaks, at The Oaks Shopping Center. The deluxe theater combines SONY 4K digital projection, stadium seating, Art Nouveau design and full-service food and drink.

Muvico’s “Premier” experience includes exclusive two “over 21” auditoriums and VIP amenities like reserved seating, private entry, complimentary valet parking and free popcorn. The theater complex hosts a full bar and “Premier” guests are welcome to bring alcoholic beverages and “finger” foods into the theater during their showing.

Bogart’s Bar and Grill is a full-service restaurant that provides small plates like Black Bean Cakes ($7.95) with avocado and spicy chipotle mayo, Jalapeño Gnocchi ($8.95) with roasted red pepper sauce and Grilled Flat Bread ($9.95) with Portobello mushroom. Notable entrees include Seared Ahi Tuna ($21) with Asian soy-and-wasabi slaw and Grilled Hanger Steak ($21.95) with herb aioli and roasted potatoes. If you’re more interested in movie theater “Classics” like chicken tenders and nachos, Muvico prepares them. To drink, expect 15 wines by the glass and nine specialty cocktails.


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I was excited when I bought tickets to this new theater. Planned an entire night with friends only to be totally embarrassed! The 4 of us decided to splurge on the $21 ticket for the 21 & over theater and a dinner at their restaurant Bogart’s. The food was disgusting! Not only did they charge a ridiculous amount for it, but to save a couple bucks they even stuffed the cone our calamari was served in with tissue paper to make it look full! I ordered pasta primavera only to get a bowl of noodles with what I have to assume was the vegetables they said came with it. My friends ordered the $21 ahi tuna to find it looked brown and disgusting. We also found that the wine & beer list was useless after 3 attempts by the waiter to find SOMETHING on it that they had! For the $150 we paid for dinner we should have stopped at Burger King. The theater was the only thing that I enjoyed. Next time skip the dinner and go straight to the movie.

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